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ROME (Reuters) - Deaths from the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy climbed by 60 on Monday, against 75 the day before, the Civil Protection Agency said, while the daily tally of new cases fell to just 178 from 355 on Sunday.
BANGKOK: he Thai government's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Monday (June 1) suggested that a long holiday in July is being considered to make up for the cancellation of Songkran festivities that was supposed to be in April.
BEIJING (Reuters): China on Monday (June 1) reported the highest daily increase in Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in nearly three weeks with 16 new infections discovered on May 31, as the number of imported cases jumped in southwestern Sichuan province.
JAKARTA (Bernama): Users of the MRT transport service in the city, are prohibited from chatting with other passengers or on mobile phones, in a move to deal with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic as announced by the Jakarta MRT operator on Monday (June 1).
MANILA (Xinhua/ANN): The number of Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in the Philippines climbed to 18,638 after Department of Health (DOH) reported 552 more infections on Monday. The death toll also increased to 960 after three more patients have succumbed to the viral disease.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran could face a second, stronger wave of novel coronavirus infections if people ignore guidance and social distancing rules, health minister Saeed Namaki said on Monday.
JAKARTA (Jakarta Post/Asian News Network): Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in Indonesia rose by 467 within one day to 26,940, with the death toll adding by 28 to 1,641, Achmad Yurianto, a Health Ministry official, said at a press conference here on Monday (June 1).
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia recorded 38 new Covid-19 cases on Monday (June 1), bringing the total number of infections to 7,857 cases.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Monday reported 9,035 new cases of the novel coronavirus, taking the nationwide tally of infections to 414,878.
HONG KONG/NEW DELHI/LONDON: More than 6.13 million people have been reported infected with the novel coronavirus globally and 370,316 have died, a Reuters tally shows.